Watching football can be almost like solving a Sudoku puzzle, filling out a crossword, or playing a rousing round of chess.
More than four months after her death, Marina Keegan’s ’12 prose continues to live on. On Friday, the New Yorker published “Cold Pastoral,” a short story by Keegan, the prolific Yale writer who died in a car crash near Dennis, Mass. over the summer. In the first paragraph of “Cold Pastoral,” the reader hears from »
We all know what you’d do for a $7 Wenzel: You’d stagger three blocks in a half-drunken stupor — braving traffic and peer judgment — from Toad’s to Alpha Delta Pizza. But what would you do for just one free Wenzel? What would you do for an entire school year’s worth of free Wenzels? For »